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Posted By : Root | Date : 14 October 2015 | Comments : 0 |
Scale Military Figure Conversions
Scale Military Figure Conversions

Converting models figures is a fascinating pastime, which can become rather costly if you choose models in metal, or resin. For those of us on a budget, yet still wanting to achieve a more than acceptable result, polythene figures [more usually the province of wargamers] set an interesting challenge. Today, we are blessed indeed that a great diversity of model soldiers, sailors and airmen in all scales, from all of the major combatant nations throughout history, are available from some very notable manufacturers across the world.

English | PDF | Pages 192 | 122.3 Mb
Posted By : Root | Date : 22 August 2015 | Comments : 0 |
Scale Auto - October 2015
Scale Auto - October 2015

English | 60 pages | True PDF | 25.00 Mb
Posted By : Root | Date : 15 August 2015 | Comments : 0 |
Soldatini - August-September 2015
Soldatini - August-September 2015

English | 68 pages | True PDF | 28 MB
Posted By : Root | Date : 14 August 2015 | Comments : 0 |
Rigging Period Fore-and-aft Craft
Rigging Period Fore-and-aft Craft

The rigging of period ship models is arguably the most complex and daunting task for the modeler. An eighteenth-century man-of-war boasted mile upon mile of rigging, over 1,000 blocks, and acres of canvas. To reduce the rigging in scale and yet retain an accurate representation is a formidable undertaking.

This follow-up to Lennarth Petersson s highly successful Rigging Period Ship Models does for fore-and-aft rig what his earlier book did for square rig. Taking as examples a French eighteenth-century lugger, an English cutter, and an American schooner, Petersson demonstrated in beautifully drawn diagrams how each item of both the standing and running rigging is fitted, led and belayed. A must for all period modelers and all those with an interest in historic sailing ships.

English | PDF | Pages 128 | 40.8 Mb
Posted By : Root | Date : 9 August 2015 | Comments : 0 |
Build Your Own CNC Machine
Build Your Own CNC Machine

Build Your Own CNC Machine is targeted at hobbyists who like create things in wood and metal (and who doesn't!). If you would you like to fabricate your own custom design parts, here is a book that will show exactly how to construct your own CNC milling machine, show you how to use it, how to create designs in Computer-Aided Design (CAD) programs, and how to output your designs as tool paths that feed into the CNC machine.

English | PDF | Pages 240 | 10.5 Mb
Posted By : Root | Date : 24 July 2015 | Comments : 0 |
Better Bodies for Car Models
Better Bodies for Car Models

English | PDF | Pages 15 | 36.5 Mb
Posted By : Root | Date : 16 July 2015 | Comments : 0 |
Model Aircraft Tips and Techniques
Model Aircraft Tips and Techniques

Model Aircraft Tips and Techniques: An Illustrated Guide Hundreds of photos illustrate easy-to-learn tips and techniques for scratchbuilding, detailing, and finishing model aircraft. Shows how to detail cockpits, guns, wheel wells, and much more. Includes important suggestions about purchasing modeling tools.

English | ScanPDF | Pages 113 | 16.9 Mb
Posted By : Root | Date : 14 July 2015 | Comments : 0 |
Modelismo Aplicado - Aviones
Modelismo Aplicado - Aviones

Spanish | ScanPDF | Pages 206 | 372.9 Mb



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